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Hmm. I wonder why?
The actor has gone and spoiled the surprise, hasn't he? After appearing in a cameo in Justice League, Joe Manganiello has posted a picture of himself in costume as Deathstroke, one of the deadliest assassins in the DC Universe. He's looking good, but the appearance of a second live-action Deathstroke raises an important question.
James Gunn discusses the possibility of Adam Warlock's arrival in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. Even more flashbacks are being hinted at for Avengers 4. Rian Johnson teases where he's at for his new Star Wars trilogy. Plus, new pictures from Agents of SHIELD's return, and a Flash episode gets a delightfully revealing title. Behold, spoilers!
When I first saw the end credits scene of Justice League, it was incredibly exciting. The scene sets up some intriguing possibilities for the future of the DC universe and does so with several surprises. However, the more and more I've thought about it over the past few days, the more and more it's been bugging me.
Guillermo Del Toro's Fantastic Voyage adaptation is going to take a little while longer. Go behind the scenes on Jumanji. Felicity heads to Central City in new Flash pictures. Plus, the future of Twin Peaks is still under consideration, creepy New Mutants teasers, and Manu Bennet on the likelihood of a Deathstroke TV show. Spoilers!
The opening scene of Arrow's very first episode included an Easter egg that had comics fans in fits from the get-go: The mask of the villain Deathstroke, perched upon a makeshift stand, speared by an arrow. Ominous, right? Well, the latest episode of Arrow finally answered how and why that mask was there, and... well, the answer was "meh".
Deathstroke has a... let's say complicated history with the Teen Titans. After all, one of their most famous stories involves him using a mole on the team in an attempt to destroy them. But in the wake of Deathstroke's latest tussle with the team, DC comics' most famous arsehole has a change of heart, and he's forming his own Titans.